Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 26, 1961 · Page 31
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\National Safety Council Urges 'Spooks To Observe Safe and Sane Halloween Thurs., (M. 20, 1'nge 32 What Place is Safe? TAMPA, ¥\a. (AP)-Dana Cessna, crime reporter for the Tarn- CHICAGO (AP)-Thosc Icrrlfy- hey lake off on their broomsticks, have been knoun to catch {Ire-scary wilh rouge, eyebrow pcpcjpa Times, had lo borrow ,i type. j-hoir S |,rouds can catch fire. And from candle-illuminated jack-o-! an d multicolored mascara. Cold writer from the police depau ing spooks and goblins thai turn out on masse on Halloween full Iclims to the same harms that jlngue ordinary mortals. Automobiles can hit them as he ghastly faces tlint scare olh-llanlerns. ers can strangle them. These secrets of the · world were let out 'J'hurs. by the National Safety Council, an organization dedicated to, among other · things, saving the spook population for future Hallowecns. Tuesday is Halloween. The council suggested these! Faces can be made mighty Edward Gottlieb Dies NEW YORK (AP) -- Edward Gottlieb, 58, managing editor of . Some goblins hide their real -the Long Island Press since 1942, faces behind masks of clolh. rub-jdied Tuesday. He underwent an ( a ke out the protection. bcr or paper. Some of the eye opcralion for lung cancer slils are too small for good visranl.vcars ago and had been in failing the mask may slip and covcrllicallh for more than a year, loll or W I D E - A N G L E V I E W of the gymnasium in new Colorado State College Laboratory School, lialcony sealing is shown in the upper background. The impressive gym has Ihe latest in lighting systems, and a huge fccessed door lhat can divide lhc playing area inlo two complete sections. The new gym will seal aboul 700 persons. CSC photo by lion \Valcrs. Yugoslav Gets Nobel Prize in Lit. By CARL O. BOLANG STOCKHOLM, Sweden (API -- j .The 1901 Nobel Prize for lilera- ure was awarded Thurs. lo the Yugoslav novelist and prewar dip- .lomal Ivo Andric, 69. I Thc prize, worth $48,300, is the (tot* regalia, such as favored b y j Frost-like ricposils thai col- |firsl Nobel award ever lo go told,,, Dracnla mob, Ihe motorists I lecl on Ihe outside of clay pots Yugoslavia. imay be unable to sec him inlconluin excess salts and can Andric was nominalcd for the time. |harm your plant if not leached jcrcam takes il off when spookingj m c nt to write his stories, time is over. i His own typewriter was stolen Dark costumes can be trimmed; f l o m the police headquarters with adhesive reflcclor tape. Theylju.pss r0 om. can be made flameproof by dip- ~~ ping in a solution of 4 ounces of a member acid. 9 ounces of borax and i a gallon of warm waler. Washing! or dry-cleaning, however, will! eyes entirely. When a goblin tiob joined the Press, ; is running from a Iwusc wilh a of the Xewhouse newspo ^..oktul of treats, he may havc'Sfi years ago ns a reporter and mask trouble and nol see an on-,later was a columnist and city Flashlights instead of candles! will fireproof pumpkins. And goblins should do their toi 1 mfilinr: in groups of four to five spaper group on( | where Ihey know the occupants coming automobile. And it lhc goblin is wearing! iedilor. ! treats Iwmes Buying or Selling A Home' Coll Ed Hoff BROOKS REALTY Office EL 2-6570 Residence FL 3-4374 His time is voursl CHILI Only The Trees Are Blooming In Congo By LYNN H S I N Z E R L I N G collon compared with 27,000 tons! ,EOPOLDVILLE, the Congo during the same period of 19GO--' Former Ault Farmer Dies in California Giis H. Peterson, 63. of Angeles, formerly of Aull 'prize last year and was climinal- jcd only in the lasl round. I Andric's greatest work is an|' historical trilogy -- "Miss." "The Travnik Chronicle" and "Thci Bridge on the Drina." H and mostl of his work are aboul his native' Spook suits, regardless of color, out. Homemade TEXAS Pints and Quarts "TO GO" · HARRY'S DR1VIN (AP)--The jacaranda and frangi- p.-ini Irces are bursting inlo gorgeous blossom, bul nol much else is blooming in Iho Congo. Lcopoldvillc today is a city where the fragrance of tropical acfore independence. United Nations economists are Los Bosnia and its people. ,,,^,,0 ,-,., v. , died The noynl Swedish Academy of I Tuesday in Los Angeles where he tellers said m its cilalion thai made !iis Ironic after lhc death ofl"^" 1 " 1 ^ ^^ s S'^N - P · his wife in 19-11. i" lhc cnic fcrco wittl w ' lich he '' as lie was torn Jan. 29, 1896. a t|dcpictcd themes TMd__human dcs- Smoland, Sweden. He came to o"" 1 " f TM m lllc telor i' of his concerned aboul another phase ofj New Yoi-k at the age of !5 and country." Congo economy. Almost all busi- m ness concerns, except for smaller establishments, are in the hands spring flowers blends wilh odors of Belgians and other non-Congo- from a decaying sewage syslem.|lese. The Congolese have ditficul- moved to Denver in 1918. lie mar- ed Esther Anderson in Feb. 1921, al Denver. A f t e r his marriage, he was a farmer in the Aull Pierce dislricls. The academy has 18 members.! The chair of the late U.K. Sccrc- lary-General Dag Hnmmarskjold, of its most prominent mem- Nobel Peace Prize, is still empty. olonizcdnesl of Sweden: and a nephew, Al;, lr " ncH "[ Iomc bn i y a f c w hours be- new affluent class of government bcrl Peterson of La Salic. forc , ]le fjl . st Noli bomte fc u on | employes is being formed. . . , Adamson Mortuary is in charge uneral a, raiigemenls which nre comme Thc reconciliation the Com 1 Vlllc regime 01 muuini: \ji£t:iiK»| , and lhc LcoiJoldvillc government! ,,. .. .. , i - j ,M i , J.nc allernatJVC to UL-VL-IUUIJII; a Main Lt°hari^ ho^s P ri P^Me |ConBcte ' B C ' aSS ° r . bllsine " TM''ira« tribal dislrusl and political hale.I A slow deterioration is jhas been considerable talk of this particularly of certain (j^i,-., sow c e r i o r n o n » " P o i ' e , , n d l s , e , . It seems a cer- from o her provinces. In Stanley-,^ , { l c f t w j Lllffiumhls[s ville, diplomatic reports say, wa-' ' tcr and light facilities arc fnuHy.| t - amc "**""*· lhc second wriier-diplo- .iccession lo get the liler- rd. Last year il wenl to poet Saint-John Perse, .lercial c i t y j w h u as Alexis I^gcr was secre- of the Rhenish fine wines in-ieign Ministry when World War II broke out. and y, is a maini- commercial . lighl Garbage collection nnd Klreetl cleaning have been practically' abandoned. 1AXFOHD, Scotland (API- complains big house he built in the Higli- In Kivu and Equnlor provincesi] an(ls is cons t an t| y being mis- Ihe larger plantalions are beginning to resume operations, but smaller ones are being slowly throttled by jungle vegetation. In Equator, il is reported, the seed rice has been eaten and there s j(] c c |, 0 j r , cannot be another harvest until 1963. The central governmenl continues to live on borrowed money. Us deficit rims about $16 million monthly. A good deal of Ihis money goes to pay salaries to government employes, including the army. Thc Congolese have wailed a long time to reach the white man's standards of living and Ihcy wont it all at once. \Vhal Ihey arc seeing instead is a sharp increase in veallli and living standards for a few tlioiv sand Congolese employed by the government and the same o!d[ shacks and dirt roads for ihem selves. Something of Ihe same de vclcpmenl is laking place in other newly independent countries of Africa such as Ghana. Guinea, r\i gcria and former French colonies, United Nations figures show thai wages for Africans employee by the central government an provincial administrations e\ cepling Katanga) in 1959 were about 11 per cent of the total na tional income. In 19SI, the firsll full.year of independence, these wages will represent at least 311 per cent of the total national in-j come. ' taken for a hotel by U.S and European tourists. Muiiro said he recently found one tourist washing up in his bathroom and another silting in his favorite fire- USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS, Greeley Plumbing and Heating =~ T^^i Company ^^^=^0= JOHN 0. TAYLOR, Owner We Specialize In Repair Work PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE 1009 9th St. Telephone ELgln 3-1962 Estimate. Furnished Greeley, Colorado There are some signs of improvement, but evcrylhlng in the Congo depends on the tense po-| litical situation. As a nation, I h e j old Belgian colony cannot survive! 'unless Katanga wilh its immense copper profits comes back inlo the fold. Whites, mostly Belgians, have .been pouring back into the crnin- :;try and they may succeed in giv :ing impetus lo Ihe economy. Stanleyville, once down to a few score whites, now has approximately 1,000. Before independence there were 4,000 Europeans in 'ville. In Lcopoldvillc, holcls are -crammed find some are forcing patrons to double up in their rooms. Many of the old villas anc apartments have been taken over by newly rich Congolese. Belgians hesitate before moving inlo suburban homes loo far from police proleclion. Villas outside Leopoldville have been subjected to repeated burglaries. River traffic on the Congo, once blockaded because of the feud between the Gizengn government ip Stanleyville and the central gov- ' ernmen!, is again in operation. The first cargoes of tin have : moved down the river lo Leopoldville and on by rail to Maladi. AgriculUire \* lagging far behind. Marcel Bisukiru, minister of foreign trade and a leftwing Lumumba follower, has described the trade situation as (ragic. He - reported in a recent survey that the Congo in Ihe firsl six months of 1061 exported only 2,300 Ions of i · · the opening of Nu-Way CLEANERS 2422 10th St. I n Westview Shopping Center FAST, DEPENDABLE- Cleaning and Pressing One hour service available Clean-Only-Service If Desired Nu-Way Also Offers PILLOW SERVICE Pillows are cleaned, 'fluffed, deodorized, sterilized and placed in new ticking ... with Nu-Way's pillow Sanitizer and Renovator. 10% CASH AND CARRY We Pickup and Deliver Phone 353-3014 STORY NO. 1 BOYS' WINTER PARKAS Repeat of a Sell-OutI Orion pile lined Zip-off Hood 100% Wash 'N Wear Winter Warmth Sizes 6 to 16 9.90 STORY NO. 2 ALL-WEATHER COATS · Wonder Care Wash and Wear · Wrinkle Resistant · Stays Fresh Longer · Color Fast · Sanforized · A strong Value.'Regularly $17.95 · Sizes 34 to 44 · Thursday, Friday, Saturday ONLY $ 13.90 STORY NO. 3 TWO PAIR OF CREW SOX FOR 97c Now you can replenish your sox supply with new fall colors and striking pat- terns. 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